Let no one who waits on the Lord be ashamed

A Plea for Deliverance and Forgiveness

A Psalm of David.

To You, O Lord, I lift up my soul.

O my God, I trust in You;

Let me not be ashamed;

Let not my enemies triumph over me.

Indeed, let no one who waits on You be ashamed;

Let those be ashamed who deal treacherously without cause.

Show me Your ways, O Lord;

Teach me Your paths.

Lead me in Your truth and teach me,

For You are the God of my salvation;

On You I wait all the day.

(Psalms 25:1-5)

There are some of us who have heard the call of God to wait on Him, and to prophetically watch with Him. This waiting is a coming aside, and looks like coming up to His upper room, and allowing the Lord to prepare us for His coming, as we wait upon Him.

This takes faith and strength, for many in the church will struggle to see the ‘value’ of this, as for them the programs and old fashioned pastoral models are the only thing they understand. But that is the point. For the Lord is coming back, and needs to prepare His church, the Bride, and creation for His return. This will see a great cleansing in the church as He removes those who seek to usurp His headship, as well as delivering His church of the love of money, the worship of idols and kings, and restoring true worship (in Spirit and Truth) and love to His people.

So He calls His faithful to watch and wait for Him, and seeks those who know Him and can see and intercede from heavenly places.

The watch is raised up for:

  • The return of Christ
  • The Millennium Reign
  • The preparation of the Bride of Christ
  • The fall of the Spirit of Babylon
  • The defeat of death
  • The destruction of evil
  • The new heaven and the new earth

For the Lord has set His watch, and let those who wait on Him be not ashamed, and not make the mistake of King Saul and move to quickly. Wait, and let the Lord consecrate you for His return, for in this He prepares His bride.

Well done good and faithful intercession and seers. For you see the coming Glory, and wait for Him.

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